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  • 예스벳

    Chinese names are really fascinating, they also work similar to Koreans. Kim, Lee and Park are the most common surnames in Korea.

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    • Max Hobbs

      Absolutely, although I can't say we are expert Korean speakers there are certainly a number of similarities with how the names are displayed. I think Kim, Lee and Park is similar to Li, Zhang and Wang in Chinese - they are dominant surnames in the language.

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  • Finn

    I want a Chinese name!!

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  • Jemma

    Are any Chinese names like, 5/6 characters?

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    • Max Hobbs

      No Jemma Chinese names are either 2 or 3 characters in virtually all cases.

      I'm sure there are some exceptions out there, but we've never seen otherwise!

      LTL

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  • Martin

    My Chinese name is 马云 (horse cloud) 😂

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    • Max Hobbs

      Excellent Martin, the Ma is from your name also! Good work

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  • Martyn

    Chinese names blow my mind so much thought behind them compared to the west where it's just "follow the trends" or celeb choices!

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    • Max Hobbs

      Indeed, there's a real art behind picking the right one. Very unique

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